In the state assembly, Haryana BJP lawmaker Anil Vij told the opposition that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has shown his 56-inch chest. His remarks come after the pre-dawn strike at a major Jaish-e-Mohammad camp in Balakot killed almost 300 terrorists by the air strike.
“What Modi says, he does. He has shown that terrorism cannot be tolerated… Pakistan has been taught a lesson; we have hit them inside their home. This is called 56-inch chest. This is called a lion’s chest,” Mr. Vij said.
Before 2014 elections PM Modi during one of his campaign rallies condemned that Samajwadi Party’s Mulayam Singh Yadav and saying that, “You can’t make a Gujarat; that needs a chhappan inch ki chhati.”
Many attackers criticized this claim, especially from the Congress. Anil Vij replied one of those attacks by Congress lawmaker Raghubir Singh Kadian who claimed that under Modi government constitutional and autonomous bodies have come under “attack”.
The Indian Air Force brought a sudden attack on the biggest training camp of Jaish situated around 80 km from Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir. Twelve Indian Air Force Mirage 2000-5 IN fighter jets crossed the Line of Control around 3.30 am and dropped 1,000 kg laser-guided bombs on the targets.
The attack was a reply of the Pulwama attack on February 14, in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed. “It is time for the entire nation to feel proud that India has hit back,” Anil Vij added.

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